• Title: A Brief Political and Geographic History of the Middle East: Where Are... Persia, Babylon, and the Ottoman Empire
  • Author: John Davenport
  • ISBN: 9781584156222
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Brief Political and Geographic History of the Middle East Where Are Persia Babylon and the Ottoman Empire Full color laminated covers Side sewn reinforced library binding Full Color photos throughout Full Color Maps Timelines Chapter Notes Further Reading Works Consulted Web Addresses Glossary IndexEasy
    Full color laminated covers Side sewn, reinforced library binding Full Color photos throughout Full Color Maps Timelines Chapter Notes Further Reading Works Consulted Web Addresses Glossary IndexEasy to use guide to many of the places no longer found on a present day map Covers places most often studied in Ancient Civilizations, World History, and AmerFull color laminated covers Side sewn, reinforced library binding Full Color photos throughout Full Color Maps Timelines Chapter Notes Further Reading Works Consulted Web Addresses Glossary IndexEasy to use guide to many of the places no longer found on a present day map Covers places most often studied in Ancient Civilizations, World History, and American History Flowing timeline at the bottom of each page allows the reader to quickly identify the timeframe being discussed Clear, full color maps throughout Riveting text focusing on the people and the times brings history to present day students

    One Reply to “A Brief Political and Geographic History of the Middle East: Where Are... Persia, Babylon, and the Ottoman Empire”

    1. I'm not a fan of nonfiction books, but this book was perfect. It comes complete with maps, timelines, and well organized summaries. I want to own this book for classroom.

    2. Part of a series devoted to teaching children historical geography [1], this book reminds us that among the most important part of a historical and geographical history is the geography.  Maps are rather important when one is trying to show how geographic conceptions change over time, and this book does a terrible job at such maps.  Examples abound.  On page 38 of this book for example, the author manages to drastically understate the expanse of the Chaldean Empire.  Page 15 shows a map of A [...]

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